Bar-Ilan University, founded in 1955, is one of Israel's leading institutions of higher education, uniquely combining cutting-ege scientific research with education steeped in Jewish values and social responsibility. From 70 students to close to 19,000, its milestone achievements in the sciences and humanities and all fields of human endeavor have made an indelible imprint on the landscape.
Bar-Ilan University encourages students and faculty to initiate and participate in activities which serve to protect the environment and preserve the local landscape, as part of the ongoing efforts of the Environmental Regulation Clinic in the Faculty of Law, the Student Union, the Goodman Faculty of Life Sciences, and the Churgin School of Education at BIU.
Bar-Ilan University is world renowned for its research and development initiatives and its groundbreaking scientific accomplishments. The University's research centers span across a wide range of disciplines, such as nanotechnology, physics, medicinal chemistry, mathematics, brain research, computers, robotics, music, archeology, law, Jewish studies, and more.
A Bar-Ilan University degree opens the door to any career, promising a great future and professional satisfaction. More than 100,000 Bar-Ilan University graduates are currently employed in the workforce, many of whom in key positions in the public and private sectors.
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Bar-Ilan University's International School provides a variety of services and facilities in order to ensure your integration into daily life in Israel and on campus. Services are listed on the International School home page, and they include:
This is a high/boarding school that is located at Kfar Saba, 25 minuts drive from the Faculty of Engineering at Bar-Ilan campus. During the summer it offers, for both female and male students, basic accommodation for rental: shared rooms , each with private bathrooms (including a toilet and a shower) and air condition.The Steinberg Multidisciplinary Boarding School is situated in a convenient area with a small convenience store nearby, while a big supermarket, many restaurants and other shops are just a few minutes away.
Our library has a special collection consisting of 25,000 books in general and Jewish Philosophy. Over 300 journal are available, either in print or electronically. It also includes the collection of the late Professor Dafna Israeli, the founder of the program of Gender Studies at Bar-Ilan University.
With its artfully landscaped campus and concern for the environment, Bar-Ilan University has won Israel's "most beautiful" campus award and has been officially recognized by the Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection as a Green Campus. Spanning 140 acres in the heart of Israel, it includes 80 modern classroom buildings, 300 advanced laboratories and 55 research centers and institutes. The university today boasts some of the most interesting and innovative architecture and gardens in the State of Israel, particularly on its newer north campus, which has effectively doubled the size of the university's physical plant.
I have really enjoyed my studies at Bar Ilan and the subjects that I took have been very enriching and makes me want to learn more. The professors were very helpful and paid individual attention to the students and they put in a lot of effort to teach us the subjects in different ways so that everyone could understand.
in my opinion the criminology department was outstanding with great people. i have enjoyed the classes and was very interested in what was learned. what unfortunately did not work for me was the heavy religious aspect that was in the university. i did know before enrolling and i have preformed according but that was a down point for me.
level of teaching is avarage, not much of student life but a lot of support and mutual help from classmates